§ 117.15  RECORDS TO BE KEPT BY DEALER; DUPLICATES; INSPECTION.
   (A)   Each dealer of secondhand merchandise shall keep a complete set of daily records, in which shall be written, at the time of purchase of any article, a description of the article, the name and address of the person offering such article for sale, a means of identifying the seller, such as his or her social security number, driver’s license number, credit card number and company, and the amount paid for such article. If such article should be sold by the dealer within a period of 48 hours of the purchase time, then the dealer shall show in the daily record the name of the person and the address of the person purchasing the article or articles.  (‘68 Code, § 31-26)
   (B)   The daily records required by division (A) of this section shall be prepared in duplicate and the duplicate or carbon copy of such record shall be furnished to the Chief of Police.  (‘68 Code, § 31-27)
   (C)   The daily record required by division (A) of this section shall be open at all times to the examination and inspection of any police officer under the direction of the Chief of Police; and upon demand, the owner, manager, or employees of such business establishment shall point out any article which is entered upon such record.  (‘68 Code, § 31-28)
(Ord. 1037, passed 2-23-61)  Penalty, see § 10.99